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Local Homeowner Sends Note of Appreciation to Charleston Community Manager

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A member of the McKewn Property Owners Association left a note for local community association manager, Connie Smith. The note said “Our Property Manager, Connie, has been a God-send! She is personable, very responsive to the Community and the Board (something we have not enjoyed until joining with Sentry).

The note went on to say “We can rely on Connie for professionalism and care with the service she provides for us. We are very pleased with Sentry Management and the professionals you have like Connie. Thank you, Connie!”

Connie has served the McKewn POA for over a year and a half, since June of 2017. McKewn is a large community that consists of 254 single-family homes.

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